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Carrot halwa

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Carrot Halwa

Who doesn’t love the famed gajar ka halwa? This slurp-worthy sweet dish is said to be a native of Punjab originally, but it has now extended its roots to all parts of the sub-continent making it impossible to trace it back to one place. Pamper your taste-buds with this easy recipe.  

Ingredients

5 cups milk
1 tin condensed milk
¾ cups Carrots (grated)
125 gm sugar
75 gm Ghee
30gms each cashew nuts and raisins
½ tsp cardamom (powdered)

Preparation

Cook the grated carrots with the milk.
Lower the flame and cook till the milk condenses.
Now add the condensed milk and sugar, stirring occasionally. This takes about 25-30 minutes to cook.
Add the ghee and mix for about 10 more minutes. Add the cardamom powder.
Take from fire, pour out into serving dish and decorate with the cashew nuts and raisins.
Serve it with ice-cream for that perfect combination.

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